On Secularity

In a four-college project, professors and chaplains consider how secular frameworks enable -- and limit -- student exploration of "the big questions."

Divorce: Grounds for Dismissal

At Wheaton in Illinois, a professor resigns to avoid being fired under college policy on marriage.

What Would Jesus Do (in College)?

Some Christian and Catholic colleges want to identify themselves as explicitly progressive, on their own terms -- and to make clear that the religious right in higher ed doesn't speak for them.

Christian Colleges Grow More Diverse

Analysis finds increasing black enrollments at Protestant colleges -- with some obtaining incredible increases.

Academic Freedom, Christian Context

An evangelical college tries to define faculty rights to free inquiry in a way that celebrates its institutional mission.

For-Profit, For God

Grand Canyon was the first college to call itself Christian and for-profit, Crichton will be the next -- but likely not the last.

Believing in God and Evolution

A new movement is encouraging Christian colleges to embrace the teaching of evolution -- without giving up professors' or students' faith.

Academic and Publishing Freedom

Article criticizing Wheaton College, seen by many as flagship of evangelical higher ed, is killed by key publication in Christian intellectual life. Why?

Filling Key Presidency in Christian Higher Ed

Wheaton of Illinois names a new leader -- at a time the college enjoys greater prominence and faces some criticism.

Battle of Wills and Faith

Members of small, conservative denomination move to assert control over Erskine College, leaving many professors scared -- and some subject to repeated online attacks.


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